Explore ACC's selection of global, regional, and country-focused resources to help in-house counsel navigate legal, business and career issues arising from the COVID-19 (coronavirus / 2019-nCov) crisis.
An update from the 2015 Guide for General Counsel, this resource seeks to support the General Counsel (GC) community by examining five areas of corporate sustainability. This guide provides practical tips and advice for implementing and executing your sustainability plans.
Relying on the status quo to understand large-scale unstructured data is risky. It’s also potentially time-consuming and expensive. Today, AI can completely and reliably automate the low value work of PI identification in document review and reduce risk. It lets cybersecurity practitioners like me provide more accurate, less costly, and less risk-laden results to clients.
Businesses across the European Union (EU) and the world will be impacted by Brexit. In this article, learn how to take steps to ensure that your company's operations and cross-border business is prepared and protected for upcoming regulatory changes.
These ten issues reflect the current focus on compliance within the industry in the US, as well as what we expect going forward in 2020.
Industry experts engage with corporate counsel and explain some basic concepts of Blockchain and how it affects their practice.
In-house counsel in the United States are increasingly mobile, working across jurisdictions on behalf of their employers. In this resource, ACC provides a starting point for in-house counsel to determining their professional and ethical responsibilities prior to locating in a new jurisdiction or otherwise engaging in multijurisdictional practice (MJP).
Technology and collaboration tools are always changing. In-house counsel need to make it as easy as possible for business people to understand what it means to comply.